If you want spend a lovely hours in the capital, you can follow our suggestions. From roman art to vintage clothes: this free mini walking tour will come as a pleasant surprise!
Piazza Navona is one of the most famouse place in Rome. It has a stadium form, because in the romans time it used to competitions. Many atlets came from different parts of roman reign to compete. But Piazza Navona also is the simbol of Baroque, the fountain of four winds is the masterpiece of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Saint Agnese in Agone is the Church that appears in Piazza Navona: look its opening time! It’s a desire of Pamhilj family (one the most important family in Rome), They want to built a great Church to express their devotion to Cattolic Church. The sacristy was designed by Bernini.
After this short tour, you can go along Via del Governo Vecchio: vintage shop, tipical restaurant, vegan street food, cafe and bakery… You can come into a wonderful world where flavors and fashion blend!
At the end of Via del Governo Vecchio, there’s Piazza dell’Orologio. It’s a small square but it’s full of history: you can find a hidden pubblic library Casa della Letteratura. The library opens every day, you come in without special card, but you have to respect the silence. Why this place is so important? It located in a Borromini building, it’s really a dream for scholars and not. It’s the perfect place to refresh the ideas (not just those!).